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January 3, 2018

Brothers tackle cross-country charity ride

Written by Alexander Popp

In June 2018, two Forsyth County brothers will start the journey of a lifetime: biking from coast to coast to raise money and awareness for people with disabilities. 

Jeffrey and Jonathan Michaud are both graduates of North Forsyth High School, both students of the University of North Georgia, both members of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity and are both very excited to be participating in the 2018 Journey of Hope.

“We are both super stoked,” said Jonathan Michaud.

Read more at ForsythNews.com

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